DELPHI Alumni

2016 DELAWARE PUBLIC HUMANITIES INSTITUTE FELLOWS

Maribel Beas
Preservation Studies Program, Department of Art Conservation
“‘Preservation of indigenous cultural landscapes”

Caitlin Hutchison
Department of Art History
“The High Cross of Ireland: Landmarks of Patronage, Power, and Protection”

Margarita Karasoulas
Department of Art History
“Mapping Immigrant New York: Race and Place in Ashcan Visual Culture”

Sarah Leonard
Department of Art History
“‘The Beauty of the Bough-hung Banks’: William Morris in the Thames Landscape”

Ellen Nigro
Winterthur / University of Delaware Program in Art Conservation
“Historical Frames Conservation: Examples of Dutch and Flemish Frames from the Rhode Island School of Design”

Juan Pablo
Department of Fine Arts
“Flight of the Shaman: Iconographies in pre-Columbian gold and ceramic artifacts of the Gold Museum in Bogotá, Colombia”

Jacquelyn Peterson
Winterthur / University of Delaware Program in Art Conservation
“Summer on the Hudson: The Fibers of New York State History”

Maria João Petisca
Preservation Studies Program, Department of Art Conservation
“Investigations into Chinese Export Lacquerware: Black and Gold, 1700-1850″

Amaris Sturm
Winterthur / University of Delaware Program in Art Conservation
“From Mammoths to Mummies: Archaeological Object Conservation and Outreach at the Penn Museum”

 Kristen Semento
Winterthur Fellow in American Material Culture

Josh Summer
Winterthur / University of Delaware Program in Art Conservation
“Exploring New Conservation Solutions for Wall Paintings Damaged During the Spanish Civil War”

Spencer Wigmore
Department of Art History
“Albert Bierstadt and the Speculative Terrain of American Landscape Painting”